Photos have always been at the center of the Google+ experience and at I/O today, Google announce a major update to Google+ Photos that now makes use of the many of the tools the company acquired when it bought Nik Software last September. Show More Summary
NIK has announced all 6 of its high-end photo editing tools for Mac and Windows are available as a US$150 bundle. The new bundle is a set of plugins that previously cost $750.00, and includes tools to help you create black-and-white photos, selective color adjustment, sharpening, and of course HDR and color enhancements. Show More Summary
Google announced a major Google+ app update today. The new version of the Google Plus app for iPhone and Android includes Instagram-like photo editing powered by Snapseed. Last September Google purchased Nik Software, the company that created “Snapseed,” one of the most interesting photo editing apps for iPhone and iPad. When Google announced it would be [...]Show More Summary
When Google acquired Nik Software, the development shop behind the popular Snapseed mobile photography app, it wasn’t clear what Google’s plans for Nik’s other products was. Today, Google announced that it has created a $149 bundle that includes all of Nik Software’s six plugins for Photoshop, Lightroom and Aperture. Show More Summary
Google has announced the Nik Collection, a bundle of all six of Nik software's imaging plugins for $149, or 70% off the original price. Consisting of Dfine 2.0, Viveza 2, HDR Efex Pro 2, Color Efex Pro 4 Complete Edition, Silver Efex...Show More Summary
When Google acquired Snapseed developer Nik Software back in September 2012, they made it clear that the mobile photo sharing app wouldn’t be going anywhere. In fact, Google later released... Keep reading ?
One of my favorite effects in Photoshop plug-ins is the Tonal Contrast effect. onOne Software’s Perfect Effects has it, and Nik has it as well. But I [...]
Using a KESSLER slider and a TAMRON lens and a DYNALITE flash and some NIK software, human Nascar Jay P. Morgan will now give you some pretty darn good advice on grid spots. But the real gem here is the feathering, which will almost always make your light more interesting. __________ I kid, Jay. Show More Summary
Google bought Nik Software and took them over on September 12th. Today, Snapseed, arguably one of the finest image editors for iOS, just went free, dropped from the US $4.99 previous price. Other changes include built in Google+ sharing, of course, and some new filters and updated photographic frames. Show More Summary
Google today released an Android version of the sophisticated photo-editing application Snapseed, a product it picked up in its acquisition of photography software developer Nik Software. The company also updated the Snapsneed app for iOS to make it free. Snapseed’s …
Nik Software has launched an Android version of its Snapseed mobile editing software. Both the Android version and the updated v1.5 for iOS will be free (the iOS version formerly cost $4.99). The now Google-owned company has added direct Google+ uploading options to both. Read more about the changes to the app over at Connect.
Snapseed developer Nik Software, now owned by Google, has released an Android version of its photo sharing app. The app has several filtering and tweaking options to allow photos to be improved, distorted or stylized. And of course there's a big Google+ button up top, so there's no doubt as to where Google wants you sharing your snaps. Show More Summary
Google has made good with its promise to continue development of the Nik Software (after it acquired the company in September), today launching a new free Android version of Snapseed and making the... Keep reading ?
Google today made the Snapseed mobile photo editing application available to its Android platform for the first time. Google acquired the company behind Snapseed, Nik Software, earlier this year. Snapseed was previously only available to the iPhone. Show More Summary
One of the things that we hear the most from pundits when Google acquires a company, much like it did Nik Software, makers of the gorgeous and dead-simple to use app Snapseed, is "What will they end up doing with them?" Today, you now...Show More Summary
Nik Software's robust photo editing app, Snapseed, has finally made its way to Android. The app, which is also available on iOS, lets you edit your photos using simple gesture controls, and allows you to share your newly-minted masterpieces...Show More Summary
Popular iOS mobile photo editing app Snapseed has finally made its way to Android. Snapseed, the creation of 17-year-old Nik software, launched on iOS a little over a year ago. During the past year, the app has seen a whopping 9.5 million...Show More Summary
While this shouldn't come as a huge surprise, today Google put to rest any lingering doubts about keeping Snapseed alive and well. After acquiring Nik Software last September, Google's just launched Snapseed for Android and refreshed the existing iOS app. Show More Summary
Google has stayed true to its word that it will allow recently-acquired Nik Software to continue updating and selling its popular line of image editing apps, following the release of...
When Google bought Nik Software, there was some worry that Snapseed would go the proverbial dodo's route and fade into obscurity as part of a larger Google app. We won't see that ignominious end anytime soon if Senior Engineering VP Vic Gundotra's photography is as valid a clue as it looks. Show More Summary